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Australia's North West

The rugged North West is a vibrant gateway of natural beauty. Here, nature has carved a striking mix of enormous rock formations, cooling waterfalls and soft white-sand beaches.
One of the oldest geological regions in the world, the Pilbara has an amazing colourful landscape of rugged gorges, spectacularly pristine sandy beaches and some of the oldest artworks on the planet. The Kimberley is untamed and vibrant and its mix of national parks full of nature-created wonder, magnificent gorges and tempting beaches give it a pure character.
Australia’s North West is home to a number of magnificent national parks including Karijini, Millstream Chichester, Tunnel Creek, Geikie Gorge and the iconic Purnululu.